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The Road to Calvary.

Tatiana Nefedova — Hereditary amateur beekeeper. Bees started even her father. Until 1990, he held the hives in the garden area. In force at the time the law permits it to do, and the authorities even called gardeners beekeeping. But every year it increasingly difficult to protect beehives from thieves, and all the neighbors demand to remove the bees, on the grounds that they allegedly sting, especially children. So whether it was in fact, is now difficult to establish. When the robbery and sidelong glances of neighbors was impossible to endure, Nefedova bee family moved to the infield in the

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Land See & Air

For less than £40 you can equip yourself with a top-of-the-range lens that suits your favourite summer activity

Summer is upon us, and with it comes a sprawling choice of photography opportunities. Head to the coast for the National Watersports Festival, for example, and you can combine the fun of your favourite water activity with some perfect, close-up shots of surfers riding the waves. A long telephoto zoom lens such as Sigma’s 50-500mm f/4.5-6.3 can zoom right in on the action no matter where you’re situated on the beach, ensuring the surfer pops out nicely from the foam and waves

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Land Rover Defender

Mileage 96,013. The Priors don’t do packing light, as a fully loaded Land Rover proves

You should see the equipment list. It’s about three sides of A4, per child. Double it and you get to the amount of kit needed by two nippers, accompanied by two nags, to camp in a field for a week.

Carrying it all — enormous tent, brace of wheelbarrows, that sort of thing — is precisely the kind of job for which we bought a Land Rover Defender in the first place, and why we had the roof rack fitted. And the inconvenient truth is?

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FRESH BREEZE

With the VIII Conference of the Moscow Society of Hunters

DELEGATES VIII Conference of the Moscow Society of hunters was to discuss the activities of the Board of the Company for the years 1960- 1962, to hear the report of the Audit Commission, the Council to choose a new society and to give him a mandate.

Here, at the conference, people came to share their thoughts on how to eradicate the shortcomings that still exist, how to improve the work of the society, that needs to be done to ensure that staff of fifty Moscow hunters good land, ensure the

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How to Navigate Without a compass

ANCIENT SEAFARING TECHNIQUES BEFORE THE 12TH CENTURY CE

ANATOMY OF A SEXTANT

Shades

Used to help stop glare and make it possible to position the Sun on the horizon through your telescope.

Index mirror

The purpose of this is to capture the Sun or pole star; the angle at which it is located will then be used to establish your position.

Arc

This is the measurement readout, showing the angle of the index mirror when the Sun has been positioned correctly.

Telescope

The viewing point through which you aim at the horizon, before moving the index bar to align the

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Hall of fame — 10 ICONIC EXPLORERS

Whether by land, sea or air, exploring has aided our understanding of the world. Let’s follow in some adventurers’ intrepid footsteps…

Leif Erikson

ICELANDIC 970-1020

Whether or not Leif Erikson was the first European to land in North America, he got there 500 years before Columbus. When King Olaf I of Norway sent him as a Christian missionary to Greenland, it’s believed Erikson was blown off course and discovered part of North America, which he named Vinland. Whether accidental or a deliberate detour based on another explorer’s tale, Erikson went on to establish a small settlement in Vinland (ie Newfoundland,

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PROTECTION.

ENVIRONMENT

TREES

HARMFUL TO

WASTE

TO toxic waste production does not turn into a time bomb must be reliably buried. Relatively simple and economical way

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Leningrad

Inventor.

Water collected on the ground, maybe a hundred years ago, slowly seeping through the Great Filter — soil and porous rocks and accumulate in large underground aquifers, free from any chemical and bacteriological contaminants. This drink water safely. But if we safely bury toxic waste petrochemical industries, we can lose an invaluable source of drinking water. Somewhere toxic substances that dumped many years ago, it was considered the safest way are

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Organization of the territory under ohotustroystve

First promhozy consumer cooperatives were organized in the Krasnoyarsk Territory in 1958. At the same time, the decision of executive committee for their consolidated certain areas of hunting grounds, ie. E. Substantially based on the work of the special missions to the territory of the region was carried out inter-farm ohotustroystvo.

Almost all of the newly organized farms had significant wilderness areas. Initial consolidation of land for hunters made on the basis of already existing ohotpolzovaniya on the basis of applications hunters. The size of the plot, its equipment and landscaping determined willingness and ability of the hunter. The

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About onions and replacement of potassium permanganate

From autumn to spring — closer than you think. Therefore I will give two pieces of advice: one fall and one spring.

Pelee onion planting you buy in the store, it is the right time for such a purchase — the first half of September.

Later, the bow goes on sale already processed for storage and land is not suitable.

Planting onions in the fall is better for those who need a lot of time in the spring for the main crops. In recent years, a problem to buy potassium permanganate for disinfecting seeds. And I do so. I take

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Death Row Pardon

When Dean, Jack and Joe Burton spotted an advert for a Land Rover in the classified section of MMI he hoped that the vehicle was what it purported to be, and at the same time hoped no one else had spotted the significance of that particular Land Rover. The advert, which first appeared in the April 2006 issue of MMI read: “1966, Ex-Australian Cut-Wing Series 2A Land Rover, diesel, O/D, FWH, twin fuel tanks, workshop body, ideal camper or to restore as was.”

What Dean had taken special note of were the words ‘Australian Cut-Wing Series 2A’ and ‘Workshop Body’,

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